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Suburban Family Home - Hazel View

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avatar Kwanatla
Level 26 : Expert Archer
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This is my submission to the Interior Decorators Minecraft Detail Contest. As you can see, I used The Hazel View house template. Here is a full list of everything I jammed into it:

Interior:

Living room:
  • Fireplace
  • Couch
  • Bookshelf
  • Coffee table
  • TV
  • Comfy chair
    Office:
    • Desk with lots of paperwork
    • Desk with computer (and more paperwork)
    • Bookshelves
    • Filing cabinet
    Bedroom:
    • Bed
    • Wardrobe with clothes
    • Bedside tables
    • Bookshelves
    • Mirror
      Kitchen:
      • Overhead cupboards
      • Stove with oven
      • Sink with drying space
      • Refrigerator
      • Kitchen workspace (with chopping board)


          Dining area:
          • Dining table
          • Chairs (four in total)
          • Large potted plants (bamboo)
            Kids' Room:
            • Bunk bed
            • Desk for homework
            • Potted plants
            • Dresser (with figurine on top)
            • Bookshelves
            • Toy steam train
              Toilet:
              • Toilet
              • Toilet paper roll
              • Sink
                Bathroom:
                • Shower (with shower curtain)
                • Basin
                • Towel rack
                • Mirror
                  Dressing/Beauty room:
                  • Large cabinet (with mirror)
                  • Wardrobe (with clothes)
                  • Potted plant
                  Garage:
                  • Ping-Pong table
                  • Workspace
                  • (Excuse the lack of a car, cars aren't my area)
                  Basement:
                  • Lots of junk
                  • An old record player
                  • Some cardboard boxes (why are they purple?!)
                  Garden:
                  • Vegetable patch
                  • Trampoline
                  • Woodcutting area
                  • Lawnmower
                  • More custom trees
                  • Swing
                  Everywhere:
                  • Small, hidden jokes...

                  Builder's Note:
                  This was the first time I ever worked with invisible armour stands - and let me just say - I am incredibly proud of the result. I had a lot of fun experimenting and learning all the details and oddities of armour stands. (For those interested, I used the Armour Statues datapack from Vanilla Tweaks to pose and edit all the armour stands - I recommend checking it out!)
                  Also, I want to thank Cubed and PMC for this amazing contest! The house templates they provided were absolutely amazing! Thanks for getting me out of my comfort zone!
                  CreditAequotis for the house template
                  Progress100% complete
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                  1
                  06/30/2020 11:07 am
                  Level 51 : Grandmaster Lava Rider
                  eagoy
                  Not the most 'mouth dropping' look at first glance, but honestly. Are all those thing invisible armor stands including the television in the living room?
                  2
                  06/30/2020 11:38 am
                  Level 26 : Expert Archer
                  Kwanatla
                  Yep, pretty much! The TV is an armour stand holding a black shield (and a few others make up the base).
                  2
                  06/30/2020 11:46 am
                  Level 51 : Grandmaster Lava Rider
                  eagoy
                  ... *makes mental note to look into those invisible armor stands for the next decoration contest* ...
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